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Definition of "o'ercome" [o'ercome]

  • Overplus. (noun)
  • The burden of a song or discourse. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "o'ercome" in a sentence
  • "No sooner had great Hector given us our quarters and told us the watchword than we laid us down to sleep upon the ground, o'ercome by weariness."
  • "Now more than ever do see noble birth o'ercome by fortune; for these, though sprung from noble sire, are suffering what they ne'er deserved."
  • "So we thought for over a year how to make the deal appear when a fire and friendly choir seemed to o'ercome our fear."